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1st Lesson: Interview with Beginner Student
» 47.1 KiB - 40,266 hits - 16 August 2011
This form is designed for use during the first lesson with a new beginner-level student who you are accepting into your music studio. The first part of the form includes basic information for the student to provide verbally. The second part of the form lists activities for the teacher to conduct with the student, to help assess the student's musical aptitude/background.
1st Lesson: Interview with Transfer Student
» 45.6 KiB - 14,065 hits - 16 August 2011
This form is designed to be used during the first lesson with a new transfer student that you are considering for acceptance into your teaching studio. The first part of the form is basic information which the student can provide verbally. The second part of the form lists some activities which the teacher can conduct with the student in order to assess the student's previous training and musical background.
1st Lesson: Student Information Form
» 57.4 KiB - 23,204 hits - 16 August 2011
This Student Information Form is suitable for use at the interview / first lesson with a new or transfer student who you are accepting into your teaching studio. Adult students can fill this form out as a way of introduction, and parents can fill it out while the teacher is working with the student.
Business Cards Template for Music Teachers
» 48.0 KiB - 15,483 hits - 16 December 2009
This Microsoft Word (.doc) file contains a page of 10 business cards. Once you download the file, you can easily edit the document to fill in your name and contact information. Then all you have to do is print them onto white cardstock or other professional-looking paper and cut them apart. Business cards are important for any professional, including music teachers!
Monthly Studio Expenses Record
» 57.0 KiB - 9,603 hits - 11 October 2010
This printable is designed to help track studio expenses. Each month, a new copy of this form should be printed. Throughout the month as expenses occur, the teacher can keep record of these expenses in the blanks provided. Types of expenses include: piano maintenance, professional organization member fees, utility bills (for studio space), office supplies, and more. At the end of the month, the totals can be summed at the bottom of the page.
Piano Lessons Flyer Template
» 32.5 KiB - 21,473 hits - 20 July 2010
Advertise for new piano students by filling in this free Piano Lessons Flyer Template! This flyer even includes rip-off tabs so interested people can take your contact information with them. Just edit and print in Microsoft Word (.doc) and you'll be ready to post your flyers all over town.
Piano Lessons Flyer Template #2
» 714.0 KiB - 15,641 hits - 16 October 2012
Here is another flyer template, this one in color! Advertise for new piano students by filling in this free Piano Lessons Flyer Template. This flyer even includes rip-off tabs so interested people can take your contact information with them. Just edit and print in Microsoft Word (.doc) and you'll be ready to post your flyers all over town.
Record of Lesson Attendance & Payment (2017-18)
» 84.6 KiB - 23,425 hits - 20 August 2015
This chart provides an easy way to track student attendance/absences for lessons and tuition payments. This 3-page chart covers September 2014 through the end of August 2015. How to use: In the first column, enter your students' names. At each lesson, enter the lesson date (e.g., 9/14) corresponding with that week of lessons. If the student misses a lesson for some reason, that box may be marked with a slash, or left blank so that the make-up lesson date may be later written in. Any lessons that are paid for should be marked with a checkmark in each little circle.
Record of Payments Received -- PDF
» 28.6 KiB - 12,750 hits - 12 August 2013
I use this to record checks and cash when I receive them from students/parents. I also record other income here, such as playing for weddings and other events.
Record of Payments Received -- Spreadsheet
» 167.4 KiB - 5,660 hits - 3 January 2015
This spreadsheet is a Numbers file (for Mac or iPad), a digital version of my previously-posted PDF of the same name. I keep this spreadsheet saved in iCloud, which allows everything to stay synced between my MacBook Pro and iPad Mini. It is convenient to be able to add information from either device. I use this spreadsheet to keep record of the monthly tuition payments from students as well as other miscellaneous income. Each month, I duplicate the previous month's sheet and clear the cells except for the students' names.
Record of Student Achievements
» 37.2 KiB - 7,653 hits - 16 August 2011
This printable is designed for the teacher to keep records of each students' achievements, including the completion of music books, the completion of notable pieces of repertoire, the performance of a piece for an audience, and other achievements. Keeping such a record is helpful for the teacher to track and evaluate student progress and participation from year to year. Suggested use: print a page for each student and keep the pages in alphabetical order in a 3-ring binder.
Student Assessment Template
» 119.5 KiB - 10,567 hits - 21 May 2012
This template is designed for completing end-of-the-year assessments of your piano students. It is intended to help communicate to the student and parent about the progress the student is making in various areas and the goals that you as a teacher have in mind for them in upcoming months. It is a bit like a report card, but with no actual grades. I used a fun, handwriting font called "Architect's Daughter" to help distinguish my comments from the template. Check out the full blog post about this template here.
Student Scheduling Preferences
» 134.6 KiB - 7,515 hits - 16 August 2011
This 2-page document includes an empty scheduling table that allows students/parents to fill in their schedule and indicated their top 5 choices for lesson times, and to X out any times that will not work. The first page is for the school year schedule and the second page is for the summer schedule. This file is a Microsoft Word (docx) file, so it can be suitably edited to your needs. There is room at the top of each page for your studio name or logo.
Studio Planning Calendar
» 35.7 KiB - 6,752 hits - 29 August 2011
I needed some kind of calendar to keep track of both short-term and long-term studio-related projects...and came up with this! Each month has space for 8 dates or "to-do" items, such as piano tunings, recital plans, monthly newsletters, advertising, and summer camp planning. The check boxes are so you can "check off" those to-do items with the utmost satisfaction.
Studio Policies & Procedures (Sample)
» 251.6 KiB - 11,022 hits - 16 August 2011
This Microsoft Word (docx) file is a editable sample Studio Policies & Procedures.
Summer Lesson and Camp Selection form
» 143.4 KiB - 1,178 hits - 3 June 2016
This is the form I have been handing out to my students for the past couple of years in order to present summertime lessons and camps options. On the top of the form, there is space to present the music camp descriptions and dates/times. On the bottom of the form, students can make their selection regarding summer lessons and camps. I provide my students with a few package options to choose from, while expecting them to continue making the normal tuition payments each month. This gives us both the flexibility and consistency we need for summertime.
Weekly Schedule -- Spreadsheet
» 152.4 KiB - 4,102 hits - 3 January 2015
This spreadsheet is a Numbers file (for Mac or iPad). Although I managed my daily calendar in Google calendar, I also like to maintain a spreadsheet that I can reference and print. I keep this spreadsheet saved in iCloud, which allows everything to stay synced between my MacBook Pro and iPad Mini. It is convenient to be able edit my weekly schedule from either device. When a new semester begins, I duplicate the previous sheet and edit the cells to reflect any changes in my schedule.